Flow rate calculations

    • Anonymous
      October 15, 2011 at 5:12 am

      I found a site that has info regarding IV’s & flow rates. I thought it might help people who are trying to figure out their flow rate.



    • Anonymous
      October 15, 2011 at 10:38 am

      I thought I got it. Here is what I tried:

      Step 1: go here [url]https://docs.google.com/viewer?[/url]

      Step 2: enter the url [url]http://www.sinclair.edu/centers/mathlab/pub/findyourcourse/worksheets/106,109/MAT109IV.pdf&embedded=true&chrome=true[/url]

      Step 3: generate the link

      Step 4: copy and paste the link

      Sadly, “Sorry, we are unable to retrieve the document for viewing or you don’t have permission to view the document.”

    • Anonymous
      October 15, 2011 at 7:17 pm

      Hmmm…sorry about that Yuehan.

      When I click on the link it works just fine for me.


      I hope you can get it to work for you. It’s all math – so it makes me head spin but I think it could be helpful to some.


    • Anonymous
      October 15, 2011 at 11:02 pm

      Kelly it worked for me but I used [url]www.sinclair.edu/centers/mathlab/pub/findyourcourse/worksheets/106,109/MAT109IV.pdf–omitting[/url] the first bit and last bit. Thanks Kelly.

    • Anonymous
      October 16, 2011 at 9:28 am

      Thanks everyone.

      I did finally get that link open. However, it was only by pasting the document title “MAT109IV.pdf” directly into the search box on the main sinclair.edu website.

      My goodness, that worksheet looks something like required reading for my nuclear power school courses.

      I never had such trouble opening a link before. I tried all my usual tricks plus the hints above. All to no avail. Sometimes I got web error “url not found” or on and on.

      Stooopid computer! You don’t suppose it’s IICIFOC error, do you?

      [B]I[/B]diot [B]I[/B]n [B]C[/B]hair [B]I[/B]n [B]F[/B]ront [B]O[/B]f [B]C[/B]omputer!!!

    • Anonymous
      October 16, 2011 at 12:09 pm

      Yuehan – I just don’t know.

      I click on it & it has worked fine for me.

      Computers are just…weird sometimes.

      I had trouble making it through that document. I think by now I’ve established my issues with math…and really, reading it made my head hurt.

      Maybe someone can make some sense of it. It wasn’t the easiest to read but I think it was informative.


    • Anonymous
      October 16, 2011 at 2:01 pm


      An example of brain fuzz during electronic media communication.

      I was supposed to get across that I did find the worksheet. Success matters-not how!

      In addition, I was trying to say-

      “Thank you, what a wonderful document! Yes, it is complicated and even with my electronics and nuclear power operator background, it gave me a headache.”

      So, you’re not the Long Ranger in the math gives a headache regard. A bit of trivia- I failed the pre-placement math test for nuclear power school!